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The Village has several departments that serve the residents of Indian Hill.  These include the following:

Administration: Functions include Building and Zoning, Finance, City Manager’s Office, Water Works billing and Technical Services

Police: The Indian Hill Rangers provide for the safety and welfare of the citizens of the Village of Indian Hill through crime prevention, patrol, traffic enforcement, criminal investigations and community relations. 

Fire Department : The Village of Indian Hill contracts with the Madeira and Indian Hill Joint Fire District for fire and emergency medical services.  The district operates two stations, one at the corner of Miami and Euclid in Madeira and the other at the corner of Shawnee Run and Drake in Indian Hill.

Public Works:  There are several divisions and maintenance responsibilities within the Public Works department including street division, waste and recycling collection, buildings and grounds. 

Water Works: Operates and maintains a water system that delivers an average of 2 million gallons a day with peaks of 4 million gallons a day.  In addition to providing water to most of Indian Hill, it is also provided to parts of Madeira, Terrace Park and Camp Dennison.

Health: The Village of Indian Hill contracts with the Hamilton County General Health District for the enforcement of most State of Ohio mandated programs related to Public Health. Additionally the Village employs household sewage disposal system inspectors to inspect and monitor such systems on an ongoing basis.

Recreation:  The commission was established in 1974 and is administered by a recreation program coordinator.  The coordinator’s responsibilities include publicity, scheduling, agency liaison, facility program sign ups and representing the commission in public forums.

Rowe Arboretum: The arboretum, which was established in 1925, is slightly over 9 acres planted with a wide variety of plants for visitors to enjoy.  Jason Donovan is the full time manager of the arboretum.


Camp Dennison Park contains a playground, park benches, and sheltered picnic tables, making it ideal for families.